KFOR wins prestigious national news award

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OKLAHOMA CITY – This morning the Radio Television Digital News Directors’ Association (RTDNA) announced that KFOR, NewsChannel 4, Tribune Broadcasting’s Oklahoma City station, is the recipient of a prestigious national Edward R. Murrow Award.

Earlier this year, KFOR, won a regional Murrow for its series “Faces Of The Bombing,” Linda Cavanaugh’s multi-part profile of the survivors and family members of victims of the Oklahoma City Bombing.

The regional win in April, placed KFOR in the national competition, which resulted in today’s announcement.

“Our station is humbled to be recognized on a national level.  The series was incredibly powerful.  It showed KFOR’s continuing commitment to never forget those affected by the tragedy in Oklahoma City,” said Wes Milbourn, President and General Manager of KFOR and KAUT.

Edward R. Murrow was a groundbreaking journalist known for his honesty and integrity.

“This particular award, means so much to our staff of committed journalists.  It inspires us to continue telling the compelling story of April 19, 1995,” said Natalie Hughes, KFOR’s News Director. “KFOR dedicates this award to those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever.”

This October, representatives from the station, will travel to New York City to accept the award.


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